Grateful Dead Live at Meadowlands Arena on 1984-10-18
- Live concert
- Grateful Dead
- DeadLists Project
(FOB) Nakamichi CM300/CP1 -> Cm (Sony D5) -> Dat (48k) > Dat (Sony R500) -> Prodif Plus -> Samplitude v6.0 -> SHN. All transfers and remastering done by Charlie Miller
- East Rutherford, NJ
- (FOB) Nakamichi CM300/CP1 -> Cm (Sony D5) -> Dat (48k) > Dat (Sony R500) -> Prodif Plus -> Samplitude v6.0 -> SHN. All transfers and remastering done by Charlie Miller
- Meadowlands Arena
Subject: BEST UJB EVER!
Subject: Post-China Doll Jam...
Subject: Best I've downloaded recently
Subject: killer aud
Subject: Long time ago!
Subject: My 14th Birthday was at this show
I cannot believe I was seeing this kind of stuff at 14 years of age, but these were some of the best times of my life.
This show felt like a huge dance club. Everybody bopin, hanging over the balconies in silhowette. Dancing in the streets, had a super hero type of melody to it. "Felix The Stranger", (as jersey heads call it) like others have said - has to be one of the best from this era. Candyman was so clean and crisp, no one stopped dancing the enire night.
Thanks to the Meanch bros of Providence NJ for turning me on to the Greatest Garage band this world will ever know. What a way to turn 14 years of age. I remember the next morning, back at school (9th grade) and seeing how "strange" all the normal preppie kids really were.
Just like a STRANGER, STRANGER, STRANGER, (that neat echoe the band played with in 84) was still bouncing off the walls of the school.
Most memorable moment was dancing in the nose bleed section, we took turns playing bongos on top of each others backs and amazingly skeleton fingers and hands would magically appear when we would focus on the percussive movement that our hands were making. We did it several times, as if proving a mythology.
I still believe the dead has a very special sound, that is very unique when in around NJ and the surrounding areas. Its something to do with the woods, or maybe it's because it's in these same type of woods The Grateful Dead was first revealed to me.
It just doesn't get any better. Man I had been to the circus and had seen the elephant and I was still barley turining 14 years old.
Can you imagine, Steve and George Meanch's mom picked us up in a station wagon after the show.
I'm one very Grateful Man for having found this Archieve. Check it out, it's well worth it!!!!!!
Best things in life really are free.
Brian McCartie my Spirit Warrior Brother...... RIP
Subject: Nice little jam after China Doll
I also noticed for '83, Dead Base shows about 5 nights with songs titled jam. Iam on a mission.
nice aud ****
Subject: SUPER SOUND
Subject: People should be listening to this show
Subject: strong show from an underrated year
Subject: Best "Stranger" Ever???
Update (10 days after 1st review written): I can not get this show out of my CD player. BEST "STRANGER" EVER??? I am updating from 4 to 5 stars. Download NOW!!!
Subject: FOB JOB
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